Is FC Exchange Reliable?
London-headquartered FC Exchange (FC stands for “foreign currency”) was established in 2005, and holds an 1A2 Credit Rating from D&B. The firm is currently trading more than £5bn annually combined with its parent company Global Reach Partners.
The firms unique selling point is customer satisfaction. Unlike other companies in this industry which reward their dealers and account managers based on much profit they turned for the company, FC Exchange took a different approach. FC Exchange choose to measure their employees by the level of satisfaction and retention of the clients they are handling.
In 2016 Foreign Currency Exchange was acquired by Global Reach Group with backing from private equity investor, Inflexion. Together, the companies transfer over £5.5 billion each year, with FC Exchange specialising in private money transfers. FC Exchange has helped over 25,000 people move money since 2005. The seperation between the companies is follows – FC Exchange handles all private clients while Global Reach Partners handles corporate clients.
Financial Conduct Authority (UK)
FC Exchange is a private client oriented currency dealership, which is deemed as very trustworthy by us. It has been in business for over 10 years now, properly regulated (as an Authorised Electronic Money Institution), and traded more than 4bn over this period of time, with a a higher-than-average trade volume per client . Clients are satisfied with service as demonstrated by their online reviews and surveys. The excellent credit score rating just adds into the level of high level of trust we feel about the firm.
On the flip-side of things, it’s nowhere nearly as large as companies like World First t when it comes to private clients (for corporate clients, its parent company Global Reach Partners is at around the same size). It is also not quite as diverse in terms of currency offering as them.
The bottom line is that FC Exchange is a very trusted company with excellent prospects for the future.